Unleash the need for frames.
An upcoming Mortal Kombat 11 PC patch will remove its current framerate cap of 30 frames-per-second (FPS).
“On the topic of having the certain parts of the game run with a framerate cap of 30 FPS, we hear you,” a NetherRealm representative wrote on Reddit. “We’re currently working on providing the option to increase the caps in those areas to 60 FPS.”
More details were promised soon. Moreover, the game was recently patched on PC, with full patch notes below.
Mortal Kombat 11 PC patch notes, 17 May
- Fixed a major source of desyncs that would occur in Group Battles
- Fixed a crash in Group Battles that could occur sometimes when pausing and activating modifiers
- Fixed an issue that would prevent calling another player for help in a Tag Battle/Group Battle while using the keyboard
- NVIDIA Highlights and NVIDIA Ansel are now available to all players with compatible NVIDIA GPUs. NVIDIA Highlights automatically captures key moments, ensuring that your best gaming moments are automatically saved. NVIDIA Ansel is a powerful photo mode that lets you take professional-grade photographs of your games.
- Fixed an issue that could cause players to die twice in a row when failing a puzzle in the Krypt
- Players will now be prompted to perform a benchmark before starting an online match in Towers of Time
- Previously purchased DLC will now be displayed as unavailable in the Store
- Several issues with TAA were addressed in a previous patch
- Mouse cursor is now displaying correctly while in a menu in the Krypt
- Several UI fixes
- Several minor mouse/keyboard input fixes
Mortal Kombat 11 is currently available on Windows PC, Xbox One, PS4 and Switch.